Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari who got here to Mumbai to oversee a probe in opposition to actor Rhea Chakraborty should stay quarantined until the civic authorities permit him to depart early, an official stated on Thursday.
Four different Bihar police officers have already left town.
Mr Tiwari, metropolis Superintendent of police, Central Patna, landed in Mumbai on Sunday to supervise the investigation the workforce of
Bihar Police was conducting right into a grievance filed by the daddy of actor Sushant Singh Rajput concerning his suicide.
However, officers of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) put him up at SRPF Guest House in suburban Goregaon, asking him to be in “residence quarantine” until August 15 as per the coronavirus-related protocol.
“Tiwari has to make an application to the ward officer or other competent authority for exemption (if he wants to leave early) and then appropriate decision would be taken,” a BMC official stated.
“So far he has not made any application,” he stated.
Inspector General Of Police, Patna had written to the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner on Monday and requested him to exempt Mr Tiwari from quarantine in order that he might perform his responsibility.
In his reply, Additional Municipal Commissioner P Velrasu stated on Wednesday that Mr Tiwari might work together with Maharashtra officers utilizing digital platforms.
He should adjust to all of the coronavirus-related norms, the civic official had added.
On Thursday, the four-member Bihar Police workforce left Mumbai after accumulating proof and recording statements.
The probe by Bihar Police grew to become contentious because the Maharashtra authorities stated that they had no jurisdiction. The Centre, within the meantime, accepted the Bihar authorities’s request for a CBI probe of Mr Rajput’s suicide.